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First, understand what it is: a mindset, 'a person whose true north is growth.'
If you don't know your customers and you're not 'executing,' you're in trouble.
Steve Jobs used to look into a mirror each morning and ask himself a specific question. You should follow his example.
America didn't make it to the moon by taking the easy way out.
Who could have guessed that 'introvert' is one of them?
Consider this list your online marketing-tool cheat sheet.
OK, you're not Apple, Coca-Cola or Starbucks. But you can still do what they do.
The more you know about the human mind, the better you'll be able to sell.
Because if you can't get reviews for your ecommerce product, you may as well not be in business.
People who are self-employed must be unemployable, lonely and desperate. Or, not.
A shift in mindset as to who's really in charge can produce a profound and game-changing moment for an entrepreneur.
Set your own hours? Check. Make every decision, yourself? Check. Take insane risks, but love what you do? Check, again.